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which form of mass wasting probably moves more material than any other?
areas of deposition on the insides of meanders are known as:
Name given delta with smooth Dshaped outline (Nile Delta)
A(n)__________ stream is one in which water tends to sink into the ground because the water table is too low to support seepage and stream flow.
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